Quality Inn of Forsyth
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... Ron's workshop - unhook the trailer and then Ron dropped me off to my hotel. I went into the adjoining Bowling Alley to get something to eat and drink - just realized I had not eaten all day. It was about 9:45 pm - and was I ready to hit the sack.
Ron would pick me up at 8:00am in the morning to go back to the workshop.
What can I say ! - the most rewarding experiences sometimes emerge from adversity.
... it for the bike week. I'm glad we rode through well before and not during, it sounds like a nightmare week. We were heading to North Dakota and the Enchanted highway.
The enchanted highway ...
... stay the night in (they are so going to miss Walmart when we get back home !) so we settled on one in the town of Lincoln, right on the side of Route 66, or at least the road that was known as that, way back when... Walmart selection of meals for dinner and a loaf of yummy bread = dinner for $6 tonight for all of us. Neville did the honours of getting all the meals ready for us and we sat and watched Lemony Snicket whilst eating ...
... to allow the passage of the boat.
We then realised this would be the last glimpse of the Missip that we'd been following for over a week. Now it's onto huge lakes as we go towards Chicago .
Today we caught up with an old friend I'd volunteered with in Melbourne 4 years ago. Gee it was neat to see her again.
We chatted a couple of hrs or so, then off towards the Windy City ...
... for how to get to our guide and hosts house - Marvin - he would be waiting outside for us. We had a little time so we walked down the Main Street to the information centre. The town had a strange feeling. The shops looked old and didn't seem to have anything modern in them. But across the road there was an IGA! It was disappointing not to see buggies and horses lined up in the street. We headed off to Marvin's and before long discovered we ...